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Google Chromecast video leaked on Google TV retail packaging

Google Chromecast leak

  • The retail packaging of the new Google Chromecast appeared in a video.
  • This confirms the Google TV software and some specs.
  • It also shows the streaming dongle and its remote design.

Google is coming Android TV The streamer has appeared in multiple leaks over the past few months, including a Recent All of its specs revealed. Now, Google’s first streaming dongle with remote control and a baked Android TV has appeared in a quick video on Reddit (by jSterninja). No, we can’t see it in its entirety, but let’s take a look at its retail packaging which confirms previous rumors.

The first thing you’ll notice (see video below) is the dongle name along with the image showing both the streamer and its Google Assistant-enabled remote. This is a Chromecast with Google TV. Many believe that Google TV is a rebrand of the existing Android TV platform. Google it because it’s weird Retired Five years ago Google TV moniker in favor of the Android TV name. The company recently announced Android 11 update for Android TV, No mention of rebranding.

However, the leaked retail packaging confirms whether Google TV is a rebrand of Android TV or not. The text in the new Chromecast box says Google TV “keeps your entertainment in one place so you can easily find what you want.” The software also provides recommendations for streaming and lets you know which ones Streaming services Keep those titles.

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Elsewhere, leaked Google Chromecast retail packaging shows that it supports 4K and HDR streaming and works with Android and iOS platforms. There is no price in the box, but you can expect Shell out around $ 50 for it. Announced on the new Chromecast September 30 At Google’s pixel hardware event.

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